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Arcade Fire – Funeral
Arcade Fire – Suburbs
Bring Me The Horizon – 2004-2013
Concrete Blonde – Still In Hollywood
Rockie Charles – Born For You
Das EFX – Dead Serious

Slim Harpo – The Original King Bee
Jim  James – Tribute To 2

Leadbelly – Celebration: Classic Sides 1934-1944
Morrissey – Jacky’s Only Happy When She’s Up On The Stage 7″
The Waterboys – Fisherman’s Blues
Soundtrack – Blade Runner – Hanz Zimmer
Soundtrack – Woodshock – Peter Raeburn
Various Artists – The Con X: Covers To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Tegan and Sara’s classic 2007 album, The Con, Warner Bros. Records will release The Con X: Covers. The new album features 14 of Tegan and Sara’s favorite artists, each interpreting a song from the original album.
Tegan says, “As the 10th anniversary of The Con approached, Sara and I started to brainstorm meaningful ways to celebrate what was easily one of our most important records. Almost immediately we established that a tour playing all 14 songs in a more intimate and stripped-down arrangement would be memorable for our diehard fans. But we also wanted a companion piece that would live on past the anniversary, hence The Con X: Covers album was born.
“We wanted the proceeds to go to our recently launched Tegan and Sara Foundation, which raises money for self-identified women and girls in the LGBTQ community. With that intention set, we asked 14 artists who were either outspoken allies of the LGTBQ community or LGBTQ themselves to each cover a song from The Con, in any fashion they saw fit. All the artists agreed to donate their time and energy to the project and their labels all agreed to waive their fees as well. We are beyond grateful for the contributions of each artist, and we hope fans of The Con will be moved by their interpretations.”
Warner Bros. Records will be donating net album proceeds to the Tegan and Sara Foundation. A portion of the proceeds from Tegan and Sara’s The Con X: Tour will also benefit the foundation.


Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars – Jazz Is Back in Grand Rapids
The Beatles – Christmas Records
The Beatles’ festive fan club holiday recordings presented together on seven colored vinyl singles with original artwork. The Beatles’ annual holiday tradition of recording jolly Christmas messages for fan club members was an important part of the band’s relationship with their most ardent supporters, affectionately referred to by them as “Beatle People.” Spanning 1963 to 1969, The Beatles’ holiday recordings were originally pressed on flexi discs and mailed to fan club members each December. Never released beyond the fan club until now, The Beatles’ seven holiday messages have been newly pressed on a rainbow of seven-inch colored vinyl.
The Beatles – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band 2017 stereo mix
Leonard Cohen – The Future
Das EFX – Dead Serious
Doctor Ross – The Harmonica Boss, Memphis Breakdown
Duke Ellington & His Orchestra – Volume 1, 1943
Ace Frehley – Anomaly
Deluxe gatefold edition with poster, colored vinyl and three bonus tracks
DJ Krush – Kiseki
Thelonious Monk – Complete Prestige 10″ Collection
New Order – NOMC15
Nico – Chelsea Girl
Pop ETC Routine/Outside Looking In 7″
Norman Porter – Go Go Go 7″
Otis Redding – The Definitive Studio Album Collection
Seven-LP collection features original mono mixes for all of the singer’s studio albums, but not the post-humously released LPs, The Immortal Otis Redding or Love Man.  All of the LPs replicate the original packaging, from the sleeve artwork down to small details like the original record labels (Volt and Stax) and catalog numbers, all housed together in a side-loading slipcase. Several of these albums are long out-of-print and back on vinyl in mono for the first time in years.
REO Speedwagon – Not So Silent Night, Christmas With REO Speedwagon
SIA – Everyday Is Christmas
Maurice Smith – Can’t Fight The Feeling 7″
The Specials – The Specials
Sister Rosetta Tharpe – Live In 1960
Velvet Underground – 1969
Double vinyl LP pressing. This definitive vinyl edition of VU’s ‘lost’ fourth album presents one cohesive collection on two LPs, with many tracks and mixes making their vinyl debut. You’ll hear the original 1969 mixes of “Foggy Notion,” “I’m Sticking with You,” “Andy’s Chest,” “She’s My Best Friend,” “I’m Gonna Move Right In,” “Ferryboat Bill,” “Ocean,” “Rock & Roll,” 2014 mixes of “One of These Days,” “Lisa Says,” “Ride into the Sun,” “Coney Island Steeplechase” and more precious original recordings of an iconic band. The Velvet Underground formed in 1964 in New York City by singer/guitarist Lou Reed, multi-instrumentalist John Cale, guitarist Sterling Morrison, and drummer Angus MacLise (replaced by Moe Tucker in 1965).
Soundtrack – Crazy Heart
This is a 180g vinyl reissue of the 2009 Academy Award, Grammy and Golden Globe award-winning soundtrack, Crazy Heart. This 2-disc, 180g LP features the Academy Award winner for Best Original Song, “The Weary Kind” as well as a list of other hits performed by Buck Owens, Townes Van Zandt, Waylon Jennings, and Lightnin’ Hopkins. Pressed onto vinyl for the very first time, this package features a 6-panel digi-gatefold as well as a fold out movie poster.
Various Artists – The Orginal Sound of Burkino Fasso


Beastie Boys – Hot Sauce
Beastie Boys – In Sound From Way Out
Beastie Boys – To The 5 Boroughs
Belle & Sebastian – How To Solve Human Problems
Califone – Heron King Blues
A Certain Ratio – Four
A Certain Ratio – Graveyard & The Ballroom
Leonard Cohen – Death of a Ladies Man
Leonard Cohen – Recent Songs
Leonard Cohen – Sincerely, L. Cohen
Deep Purple – Infinite Live
Evanescence – Sythesis
Donald Fagen – Cheap XMas 5 lp box set of his complete solo output
Robert Finley – Goin’ Platinum
Buddy Guy & Junior Wells – Play The Blues
Judas Priest – Killing Machine
Judas Priest – Painkiller
Judas Priest – Sin After Sin
Gary Moore – Blues & Beyond
Morrissey – Low In High School
Blue, yellow or orange vinyl
Morrissey – Low In High School 7″  Box Set
Motion City Soundtrack – Even If It Kills Me
Special AKA – In the Studio
Sufjan Stevens – The Greatest Gift
George Strait – Ocean Front Property
Visible Cloaks – Lex
Wiki – No Mountains In Manhattan
Thom Yorke – Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes
Soundtrack – Sleepless In Seattle


Albert Ayler – Bells
James Carr – Best of James Carr
Cherry Dolls – Viva La Dolls
Bo Diddley – Bo Diddley
Fourtet – New Energy
Dexter Gordon – Both Sides of Midnight
Judas Priest – British Steel
Judas Priest – Point of Entry
Judas Priest – Screaming For Vengeance
Judas Priest – Stained Class
Judas Priest – Unleashed In The East
Robert Earl Keen – No. 2 Live Dinner
Marillion – Misplaced Childhood
Thelonious Monk – Les Liaisons Dangereuses 1960
Leslie Odom Jr. – Simply Christmas
Hermeto Pascoal – Viajando Com O Som: Lost ’76 Vice-Versa Studio
Rolling Stones – On Air
Chris Stapleton – From A Room Volume 2
Wilco – A.M.
The new DELUXE EDITION offers up eight unreleased bonus tracks that feature an early version of “Outtasite (Outta Mind)” and “When You Find Trouble,” which is the last studio recording made by Uncle Tupelo. In the album’s liner note, Stirratt writes “Listening back to records 15 to 20 years later, I’m always taken with the confident but guileless quality of bands in their 20s, that strange mixture of innocence and conviction, and this is one of those records—we were barely a band at that point, just trying to make some noise.”
Wilco – Being There –
The DELUXE EDITION builds on the original with 15 bonus tracks released for the first time, including alternate versions of tracks “I Got You” and “Say You Miss Me.”  Also included are four songs the band played on radio station KCRW on November 13, 1996. As a touring band, many of these songs can be found on Wilco’s current set-list as notable fan favorites that have evolved over the years. 4 LPs in all.
Andre Williams – Bacon Fat: The Fortune Singles
Various Artists – Jazz Loves Disney 2

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